Cook to Live with Chef Brandon & Family

Cook to Live with Chef Brandon & Family

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For those who really just want to eat better, this is for you. For those who are on a path to ridding their bodies of illness and disease, this is for you. For those who want to teach others of an age reversing diet, this is for you. The "used to be a vegetarian," but ran out of ideas and recipes and now eats animal flesh again, THIS IS FOR YOU! The newlywed man or woman who married a vegetarian, this is for you! The overweight person that loves to eat really good tasting food and wants to lose weight and eat their fill, this is for you! If you are on a journey to eating and living a long healthy life, free of doctor bills and prescription medications, THIS IS FOR YOU! This cook book will teach you how to use ancient dietary technology to REVERSE AND SLOW DOWN THE AGING PROCESS! You'll learn how to rid yourself of 70-90% of your ills by eating and cooking to LIVE! Most traditional medical professionals will not teach you how to change your diet and stop taking medications and how to prevent illnesses, fatigue, obesity, high blood pressure and diabetes. The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad teaches in his epic dietary guide to long life, How to Eat to Live, Book 1, ..".There is no way of prolonging the life of human beings or any other life unless it begins with restrictions of the foods which sustain life, the right kinds of food and the proper time when it should be taken into our bodies."
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Product details

  • Paperback | 80 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 5mm | 159g
  • English
  • Illustrations, color
  • 1508704333
  • 9781508704331

About Brandon J Casborn-Muhammad

'Chef B', as he is affectionately known by close friends is a Southern California native with roots in the deep south of America - Louisiana and Texas. His culinary influences began at home with his maternal grandparents. Both were chefs at one time or another and loved to cook and host large gatherings at their home. Having always been a hands-on type of person, he quickly began to mimic his grandparents and others in the kitchen. Before her demise, his mother reminded him, at 2 years of age, his whimpering awoke her early one morning. She quickly ran to investigate the cause of his sorrow, but called off her search to follow the scent of burning food - only to find him standing on a chair in tears over their toaster. When she realized he'd thrown away a half loaf of burnt toast, she immediately knew that her son was going to be a cook; and she was going to have to set rules and limitations in the kitchen. That was the beginning of a long and exciting journey that has resulted in positive milestones for Chef Brandon.
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